Setting the trends before they're trends.
Ricardo Zarate serves up six dishes, starting with chicken butt a la brasa!
"There's something about eating a burger in Southern California that makes me feel like I'm in Happy Days in the fifties or something."
"Hey, life is too short for shitty coffee."
We'll be keeping on an eye on the llamas, in case Picca runs out of alpaca.
The chef also shares details about his culinary influences, leisure time, and favorite place to go for sushi.
Elsewhere, J. Gold tells you where to find vegetarian Spanish eels.
Gold loves Zarate's new spot, but feels the few mistakes should not occur at a restaurant of this caliber.
The centerpiece of dinner will be Ricardo Zarate and Choi's short ribs with pineapple aji amarillo.
Roy Choi, Nancy Silverton, Walter Manzke, and David Lefebvre are coming back to cook for the pop-ups's one-year anniversary.
Rarely have we seen the East Coast nail L.A. so correctly.
Just when you thought it was safe to put down your fork...
A special dinner at Picca for Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution.
A funky new nook of cow hide ottomans comes with a great late-night deal on causa and anticucho.
Sorry kids, it's 20% every time. Yes, EVERY time.
Inmates stand behind a hunger strike that started on Friday at Pelican Bay over inhumane conditions.
$100 tickets will be offered to one of the town's biggest tasting events for one night only next Friday.
The four chefs came together to explore the common threads of skill with seafood and a passion for Japanese ingredients.
Ricardo Zarate follows up his mini-mall food stand with a contemporary space of reclaimed woods and natural materials in Beverly Hills.
Acclaimed chef Ricardo Zarate is bringing upscale Peruvian to Beverly Hills in a marked change of direction from his Downtown stand Mo-Chica.